• FACE
  • BODY
  • HAIR
  • Sweet Summer Sushi

    Sweet Summer Sushi

    The Ayurveda Experience August 27, 2013

    This wonderful meal serves four. Prepare all vegetables in advance of cooking. Serve with nori and sesame seeds as an extra treat! Ume plum paste is a lovely addition as well. Ume plum paste is a naturally fermented food to be consumed in small quantities such as 1/8 tsp or less per person. The ume paste adds salty and sour tastes to the meal.


    • Cucumber & shredded carrot
    • Kale & french green beans
    • White basmati rice with cashews
    • Nori sheets
    • Sesame seeds
    • Avocado slices


    • 2 medium cucumbers peeled and seeds removed  (Cut in strips lengthwise to easily remove seeds. This will aid in the digestion of the vegetable as humans can’t digest the seeds.)
    • 2 medium carrots shredded (If organic there is no need to peel! If it’s not organic then definitely peel since it is a root vegetable and directly exposed to chemicals in the soil.)
    • 2 tbsp sunflower oil
    • 1/2 tsp mineral salt
    • 1 tsp fresh grated ginger
    • 1/8 – 1/4 tsp black pepper

    Heat oil in saucepan and add spices, simmering until aroma comes up. Add the cucumber and stir to coat with the spices. Cook 1 minute and then add the shredded carrots and about 1/2 cup water. Stir and simmer for 2-5 minutes with lid on and then remove from heat for 2-3 minutes before serving.

    • 1 medium bunch of curly kale cut into thin slices
    • 1/2 lb of french green beans
    • 2 tbsp ghee or coconut oil
    • 1/2 tsp mustard seeds
    • 1/2 tsp mineral salt
    • 1/2 tsp grated or powder turmeric
    • 1/2 tsp fennel seeds

    Heat oil in saucepan or pot and add spices, simmering until the aroma comes up. Add green beans and stir to coat with the spices. Cook 2-3 minutes on simmer then add kale and 1/2-1 cup water. Stir and cover. Simmer for 3 -5 minutes until color change.


    • 1 1/4 cup white basmati rice
    • 1/2 cup chopped raw cashews (wonderful when cooked, toxic when raw)
    • 1 tbsp ghee
    • 1/2 tsp mineral salt

    Combine in pot or rice cooker and cook until rice is soft. 

    Read More Recipes from Myra Lewin….

    Ayurvedic Sweet Potato Snack
    Ayurvedic Muffins
    Millet with Split Mung, Beets and Greens



    Myra Lewin has consulted, studied, and taught Ayurveda, yoga, nutrition, meditation, and subtle energy management since the late 1980s. Her in-depth knowledge of human anatomy, physiology and psychology enables her to approach people at their level to encourage the integration of healthy balanced practices as a foundation for living. Honoring the holistic nature of the human being, she has helped many people move from destructive paths toward fulfillment. Learn practical Ayurveda today with Myra’s Getting Started with Ayurveda program.


    Leave a comment

    Comments will be approved before showing up.

    Also in The Ayurveda Experience

    Lemongrass and Its Therapeutic Benefits in Ayurveda

    Lemongrass And Its Therapeutic Benefits In Ayurveda

    From refreshing teas to marinades, lemongrass adds a burst of flavor and a touch of exotic flair to dishes aroun...
    The Ayurveda Experience eye
    Cold Water Vs Hot Water: Which Is Better According To Ayurveda?

    Cold Water Vs Hot Water: Which Is Better According To Ayurveda?

    Ayurvedic wisdom recommends that hot and cold water could be used for multiple purposes depending on the season,...
    The Ayurveda Experience eye
    Ayurvedic Diet For A Healthy Gut

    Ayurvedic Diet For A Healthy Gut

    Ayurvedic diet emerges as a holistic approach to gut health, not merely dictating what to eat but emphasizing th...
    The Ayurveda Experience eye